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New Orleans Homes Autumn 2009
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Society + Culture
Never let it be said that I am not devoted to the craft of journalism. OK, so I’m not Nellie Bly, the pioneering female journalist who in the 1880s faked insanity to study a mental institution from within. But I’ve done something actually insane: Just in time for our young homeowners feature, I’ve gone and […]
Owned by Michael Ganis, Action Flooring started out in 1972 in Miami but made its way to New Orleans in 2006. The store has experienced salespeople to assist in color and texture options. They also help customers make decisions about what kinds of materials work best based on both the applications and their lifestyles. Additionally, […]
For the love of olives
Often salty, sometimes sweet, but always full of flavor, olives offer countless possibilities when it comes to making easy appetizers.
Whatever your budget, there are many options in this city for architectural antiques, so skip the big-box stores and find something that will make your home stand out.
Don’t let the summer get you down –– with the right beauty products, you can look cool no matter how hot it is.
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Another hot summer will soon draw to a close. After entertaining, vacationing or simply trying to stay cool all summer, it’s time to think about freshening up the look of your home as you step into a new season. Whether you’re looking for new curtains, an eco-friendly fireplace, shelves for your ever-expanding closet, a garden […]
Do-it-yourself done right
Young homeowners Ian and Amanda Smithson took a chance in post-Katrina New Orleans — and honed their home-building skills along the way.
House of spirits
The essence of New Orleans style in the Faubourg Marigny home of Lloyd Sensat and Eugene Cizek
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